4.0Downtown Spokane(669 reviews) - New design with awesome food Neighborhoods • Biking Trails
A pleasant bike ride through downtown Spokane: this 9.2-mile trail runs past some of Spokane's historical sites, like Browne's Addition neighborhood and Riverfront Park.See more..
4.5Centennial Trail(575 reviews) - Worth a special trip! Biking Trails • Equestrian Trails • Hiking Trails
This 40 mile paved, car-free trail bordering the beautiful Spokane River has something for everyone: running, hiking, biking, horseback riding and canoeing. The Spokane River Centennial Trail is the backbone of the recreational trail system in eastern Washington and north Idaho, welcoming over 2.5 million users annually.See more..
This 87.9-mile bike trail makes for a challenging overnight trip for the experienced biker.See more..
4.5Sammamish River Trail(116 reviews) - A Nice Jaunt to Stretch Legs After Long Travel Day Spent 1-2 hours Bodies of Water • Biking Trails • Hiking Trails
Literally a few steps outside the Archer Hotel in Redmond, this paved walking/biking trail was a lovely walk along a beautiful river and quaint business district. We walked a good 45 minutes in one direction and could have gone further except that we had to get somewhere else. Highly recommend this SAFE, well-groomed and seemingly popular trail if you want to get some relaxing and pretty venue to exercise or stretch your legs or rent a bicycle during your stay at the hotel (a lot of people on it the day we walked, and so we felt completely safe.)See more..
This trail is nicely paved and has enough hills to mix it up a bit! There are park benches for walkers and runners to stop and enjoy a quick rest or stretch. It has a painted center line to help keep traffic moving safely. Erin Goodwill, Gig HarborSee more..
4.5Cowiche Canyon Trail(80 reviews) - Otherworldly and Super Cool! Highly recommend this hike! Biking Trails
Beautiful, relatively flat (except for the cool side trails to the top of the canyon walls), and peaceful 6.5 miles roundtrip. Great bridges over the creek/stream. Birds. Supercool rock formations. Wonderful easy hike for kids.See more..
4.5Bradley Lake Park(79 reviews) - Young kid + pet friendly! Biking Trails • Parks • Playgrounds
This park was very well maintained with plenty of benches and picnic tables. There were 2 play areas: one for big kids & one for littler kids. There were walking/biking trails and the lake area had a small dock for the kids to check out. We’d definitely go back & recommend if you’re in the area!See more..
4.5Interurban Trail(69 reviews) - Visit Arroyo Park for Nature Walk along Chuckanut Creek Biking Trails
4.5South Hill(64 reviews) - Best neighborhoods in Spokane Biking Trails
Diehard cyclists will find over 8 miles of excellent mountain biking trails here, with both single- and double-track riding. The myriad interconnecting trails offer intermediate-level cycling, with steep and gradual short climbs.See more..
4.5Centennial Trail(42 reviews) - Independence Day Bike Ride Spent 1-2 hours Biking Trails • Jogging Paths & Tracks
Paved walk/bike trail, with equestrian lanes on the side. It's a pretty easy bike-ride, although the long, gradual upgrades can be tiring if you ride the whole 30-miles each way. For a Saturday morning on 4th of July weekend the trail wasn't awfully crowded, people were polite and friendly, and there was plenty of parking available at the trail start, by Nakashima Barn. Nakashima Barn is the historic site of the Nakashima family dairy farm. During WWII, in 1942, the family was forced to sell and sent to a relocation camp. A Saturday Farmer's Market was being held in Arlington, at a city park on the trail.See more..
4.5Larry Scott Memorial Trail(42 reviews) - A great trail for walking and biking Spent More than 3 hours Biking Trails • Equestrian Trails • Jogging Paths & Tracks
We walked from the Port Townsend boat dock down to the 2.5 mile marker and back. But you could go much further, a total of 7.5 miles one way. The trail is very well marked and maintained. Much of it is wide gravel or even paving. There was good tree cover most of the way after leaving the harbor area. You could also start from the other end at the Milo Curry trailhead off Discovery Road near the Four Corners. Go left at the Shell station. See more..
4.5Centennial Trail(37 reviews) - a must do trail Spent More than 3 hours Biking Trails • Hiking Trails
I was able to walk part of the trail, the Arlington centennial art walk. there was art, sculptures and murals. I was unable to cycle the trail, which runs the entire county. saw part of the Snohomish trail.See more..
4.5Des Moines Creek Trail(35 reviews) - A peaceful walk in the woods Spent 1-2 hours Biking Trails • Hiking Trails
We found the 200th Street parking lot that had maybe 14 parking slots and 4 or 5 that were made up as people came in and found spots that worked for them. There is one port-o-let that was surprisingly well maintained! So, there are bonus points for that. We took the trail that headed toward Puget Sound. If you find yourself between jet movement (you are very close to Sea-Tac), it is possible to feel as if you are close to being in a primordial forest. Okay, ignore the paved road. It has amazing cover from the trees, a lovely winding creek, mile markers and it is perfect for a bike ride or a stroll. There are so many options available as to what parking lots you can choose from and in what direction you can go. I plan on hitting up all the parking lots and walking many of the trails. It was just so peaceful. Bring water, possibly snacks, some of the trails are long.See more..
A 2.3-mile tunnel built between 1908 and 1911 for the railroad.See more..
4.5Lacamas Heritage Trail(25 reviews) - Love this trail for running Spent 1-2 hours Biking Trails • Hiking Trails
I have jogged this trail for years and love it. It is fairly flat and the dirt trail keeps my knees healthy. The only things that would make it better would be for all dogs to be on leashes and if bike riders would warn walkers of their presence and slow down a bitSee more..
Lakes, hills, and an old-style boardwalk: 18.2 miles of fairly easy biking for the novice.See more..
4.5Bill Chipman Palouse Trail(19 reviews) - A Pullman Business Leader's Legacy, a Community Treasure Spent 1-2 hours Biking Trails • Hiking Trails • Jogging Paths & Tracks
The Bill Chipman Trail, created to honor the memory of a great Pullman businessman and community leader, provides pedestrians and cyclists a safe, scenic trail to enjoy between Pullman, Washington and Moscow, Idaho. The completion of the BCT also served as the catalyst to an entire system of paths and trails that have been developed over the past 15 years in and around Pullman, enhancing the quality of life here for residents and visitors alike.See more..
The staff at pedego were very nice and helpful in getting the right bike and the set up. Would recommend renting an ebike from them. Also, the location is great for access to the river bike trails. I would recommend renting or purchasing a pedego bike, they are high end and well made.See more..
4.5Guemes Channel Trail(16 reviews) - A well-kept secret that is unmarked and hard to find. Biking Trails • Hiking Trails
On your way on Spur 20 to go to the Washington Ferry depot, one of the last driveways on the right goes through a neighborhood of view houses. If you stay to your left, the road leads down the hill to a small parking circle. In one direction is the Guemes Channel Trail and in the other is an accessible beach area. We walked on the trail in May 2019 and were dismayed by the condition. Large sections of the walkway were breaking up and falling over the edge, the growth on the hillside was encroaching onto the walkway. Sad. The, we returned in August to find much work had been done. The growth was trimmed back, and the broken path areas were cut out and filled with gravel. Now, in September, they are going to pave those repaired areas. This is a lovely walkway, enjoyed by nearby residents and people in the know. I am glad to see the city has seen its value and made the effort to keep it maintained.See more..
Awesome hike. I suggest hikers to take a picture of the map posted at the entrance because this area has multiple trails and it could get confusing if you dont have a map. The map pics I took were KEY to our hike. We hiked 6.3 miles through a full loop by going on the mainline trail, then the Bigleaf, then the Southern Traverse, then the Wetland Plateau and the last 0.6 of a mile back to the mainline trail to the parking lot. Total hiked 6.3 miles. You have tons of options and types of trails. EXCELLENT system of trail markins... I'm impressed at the awesome work of this area's volunteers. We got confused on some options but my map pics we went back on track. The place is amazing and it's probably one of the best options in Woodinville for hikers like me that like 5+ mile hikes but perfect for any level/milage of preference because there are lots of options. Last advice, don't bring ANY valuables with you or in your car. Overall: Highly enjoyable place See more..
Intermediate trail running 29.6 miles through forests and farms.See more..
4.5Sarg Hubbard Park(6 reviews) - Nice and Relaxing Saturday: 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM Spent More than 3 hours Biking Trails • Parks • Playgrounds
Went to park for a walk. It is very clean. It is easy to locate. Grounds were in great shape. Views are absolutely breathtaking.See more..
5.0Willapa River Trail(4 reviews) - Easy Walk Spent < 1 hour Biking Trails • Hiking Trails This is an easy "trail" along the river. I like to detour onto the town docks to see what's new.The trail is popular with the local dog walkers.See more..
3.5Pipestone Canyon(4 reviews) - Hoodoos. Great Lighting. And, area nicely recovered after 2014 fire Biking Trails Pipestone is a challenge to find the first time, but well worth it. The valley floor offers an easy hike (out and back is best), or for more adventure, hike on the canyon rim, then descend and hike back up the valley. Flowers are amazing in season (April-June). Do watch out for rattlesnakes on the first warm days of spring. I nearly run over about 20 of them once on my mountain bike on a 75 F day in March. That said, nothing to be paranoid about. You do want to see nature don't you? Easy to avoid or go around them, since they're pretty docile early season, just waking up. Winter is a great time to ski or snowshoe in the Canyon. To ski, go right after a snowstorm for best conditions.See more..
4.5Lake Youngs Trail(3 reviews) - Fun mid- morning ride Biking Trails • Hiking Trails • Horseback Riding Tours This is a trail that goes nearly 10 miles around the perimeter fence of Lake Youngs. This lake is a reservoir that supplies the city of Seattle with drinking water, so it is fenced to prevent contamination. The trail varies from a gravel road, to a single track trail, but is well maintained and it travels outside the perimeter fence. You cannot see the lake from anywhere along the trail as it travels through woods, along roads and behind residential developments. The morning I took my bike ride was sunny (although the trail is mostly in the shade due to dense forest) and there were not many people out. The trail has an elevation gain of over 800 feet according to my iPhone and it took just under an hour to complete the ride -- starting at my house which is about half a mile from the trailhead.See more..
Scenic biking loop for the intermediate; cuts through canyons and orchards.See more..
4.0Lion's Park(2 reviews) - What a view!! Spent 1-2 hours Biking Trails • Parks • Playgrounds
Nice walking path (about a mile) that winds around the park and along the waterfront. Multiple restrooms, a really nice playground with a cool zip line-type of ride thing. A beach with little crabs hiding under the rocks, softball fields, tennis courts above, picnic tables, a fair amount of parking. This is a really nice park. See more..
5.0Henry's Ridge Open Space(1 review) - Nice Weather Afternoon With Grandchildren Spent 2-3 hours Biking Trails • Hiking Trails We had a beautiful, sunny, and unseasonably warm day with grandchildren and rather than have them bouncing off the walls we decided to take a hike in the woods to a place recommended to us by friends. This is an area with hiking and biking trails very close to suburbia. Of particular interest was the "Gnomes Trail" which is one of the many trails in the space, but this on is a loop trail where a group of people has placed garden gnomes, small figurines, elves, fairies, etc. among the trees and undergrowth in cute and inventive ways. Our 10 year old granddaughter counted over 400 gnomes on our hike. We had a wonderful time and will likely return with or without grandchildren. Quoting from the King County Website: "Henry’s Ridge Open Space is a 250-acre forest about three miles southeast of Maple Valley. Prior to King County’s ownership of the Henry’s Ridge Open Space, this forest was managed as industrial timber lands. King County acquired Henry's Ridge Open Space to protect natural lands from development and restore the forest's resilience against threats of disease, pests, drought, and wildfires."See more..
4.0Quarry Park Campground(1 review) - Pleasant Biking Trails We camped at this small campground after bicycling from Yelm with my grandson. It is a pleasant place. I think it should have better signage from the bicycle trail side though.See more..
5.0Whitehorse Trail(1 review) - Awesome Rail Trail Biking Trails This is a Snohomish County rail trail that eventually will run from the Centennial Trail in Arlington to Darrington. At this time, the Arlington start is at Trafton, with a farm parking lot on 115th. It is currently 24 miles of gravel, flat trail riding with much of it in sight of water, either river, creeks or swamps. The river, the highway, and the rail trail are all sandwiched into a valley, so you're never far from the other two. There are few signs and no services except a porta-potty at Trafton. However, you can find intermediate starting points simply by looking toward the river from the highway. The 24 miles makes a fulfilling day with lunch in Darrington. See the Snohomish County Parks web pages for details.See more..
4.0Methow Community Trail(1 review) - Easy multi use trail Spent More than 3 hours Biking Trails • Equestrian Trails • Hiking Trails Gentle mountain bike/hiking trail . Many options as to where you can go. Mazama is pretty central to the trail, but you can access the trail from numerous trail heads near highway 20. Good beginner trail.See more..